• PHT’s top 14 of ’14: The NHL gets the mumps

    Sidney Crosby and Corey Perry are just two of the players that have been inflicted by the NHL outbreak.

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  • Cancer Survivor, 9, Brings Toys To Sick Kids Spending Christmas At The Hospital

    While Reece Davis has a clean bill of health, he returned to the hospital for one more critical operation. The 9-year-old cancer survivor from Kansas City, Missouri, spent a lot of time at Children’s Mercy Hospital when he was battling neuroblastoma, a type of tumor, KCTV reported. Though he's…

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  • AQR Capital sold its position in AstraZeneca

    AstraZeneca is one of a few pure-play bio-pharmaceutical companies that span a medicine’s entire value chain.

    Market Realist
  • Novo Nordisk's Saxenda Gets FDA Nod, Launch in 1H15 - Analyst Blog

    Novo Nordisk's (NVO) Saxenda received FDA approval as the first once-daily human glucagon-like peptide-1 analogue for chronic weight management.

  • FDA denies approval for Actavis hypertension treatment

    Generic drug maker Actavis Plc said the U.S. health regulator denied an approval for its hypertension treatment, a fixed-dose combination of nebivolol and valsartan. The company said it would review the ...

  • Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized with shortness of breath

    Former President George H.W. Bush was taken by ambulance to a Houston hospital with shortness of breath on Tuesday. Bush, 90, spent the 2012 holiday season in a hospital, undergoing seven weeks of treatment for bronchitis and other health problems. He was so ill then that he briefly was feared near…

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    Dealing with depression

    Yahoo Global News Anchor, Katie Couric, chats with comedian, Ruby Wax, about her personal battle with depression that she writes about in her new book "Sane New World." They also discuss how Ruby's become the "poster child" for mental illness in the United Kingdom.

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  • ObamaCare numbers boosted by auto-enrollment -- despite Obama administration warnings

    While the 6.4 million federal ObamaCare enrollees clocked as of last week mark a significant increase from last December, about 70 percent of those customers are re-enrolling though the federal exchange — and more than 60 percent of those 4.5 million people were auto-enrolled in plans they had…

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  • Kevin Durant dealing with 'bad ankle sprain,' unsure of return

    Thunder forward Kevin Durant, who's missing his fourth straight game Thursday, told that he's dealing with a "bad ankle sprain" that prevents him from doing the basics. The injury is to the same foot he had surgery on recently, to fix a fractured bone.

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  • Christmas in Sierra Leone: a Long-Overdue Ebola Care Unit for Local Health Workers

    Eight months into the outbreak, a dedicated Ebola treatment facility for Sierra Leonean health workers who contract the virus still does not exist. There is a dedicated center for foreign healthcare workers, but Sierra Leonean health workers are not admitted. Sierra Leone is experiencing roughly…

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  • PTC Therapeutics Starts Rolling NDA Filing for Translarna - Analyst Blog

    PTC Therapeutics (PTCT) initiated the process of a rolling submission of a new drug application to the FDA for Translarna for the treatment of nonsense mutation Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

  • Easy access may boost kids' water consumption

    By Janice Neumann (Reuters Health) - Kids in New York City public schools drank water nearly three times more often after dispensers of cool, fresh tap water were conveniently placed near their lunch lines, researchers found. “The water jets definitely made it easier to get water,” said Brian…

  • 3 Biotech Stocks I Don't Want for Christmas

    I’d prefer coal in my stocking to these three troubled biotech stocks.

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  • U.S. churches catching on to communion breads free of gluten

    By Colleen Jenkins (Reuters) - Rachel Rieger figured getting diagnosed with celiac disease and having to rid gluten from her diet meant she could no longer partake of the wheat-based communion bread that represents a key facet of her Catholic faith. "It was tough for me to cope with," said Rieger,…

  • How to Set and Keep Your New Year's Resolution

    It's that time of year again. When the clock strikes midnight and the New Year begins, many of us see it as an opportunity to start fresh and create a brand new self. This is all well and good until about mid-February (or sooner), when life suddenly kicks back into gear, stress bogs us down and…

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  • Cruz talks rehab and playing with Beckham in 2015

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- - Watching rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. running past and around opponents is fueling Victor Cruz's comeback from knee surgery.

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  • What Experts REALLY Think Of Weight Loss Resolutions

    The question: Do New Year’s resolutions actually help you lose weight? Answer: It depends. Results from a 2002 study conducted by psychology professor John C. Norcross of the University of Scranton indicate that resolutions can be useful. It followed 282 adults six months into the new year and…

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